To hear Dan Moore tell it, the enthusiasm present in the voices of his friends and neighbours who will spread out on the front lawns of Rutherglen Close in a few weeks is nothing short of contagious.
When it comes to the excitement that involves swift-flowing water from Lake Huron down the St.
It all began in the summer of 1984 when a band from Newmarket, Ontario called Tokyo spent two evenings opening for Boy George and Culture Club at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens.
If you love Canadian music, then be in Grand Bend on Wednesday, August 15.
Landmark Village had a pre-Canada Day celebration at the Sarnia seniors living community June 30 that focused on both Canadian pride and helping others.
Everyone loves The Beatles music, but how about Herman’s Hermits, Tom Jones, Petula Clark, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Procal Harum, The Who, Van Morrison, Rod Stewart, Gerry & The Pacemakers, Lulu, Eric Clapton, Shirley Bassey, The Animals, Spencer Davis Group, Donovan, The Seekers, Cilla Black, Peter & Gordon, Mary Hopkin, Elton John, The Kinks, The Troggs, The Hollies, Manfred Mann, Freddie Mercury & Queen, Joe Cocker, Elvis Costello, STING, George Michael, Annie Lennox, or Adele, just to name a few?
For several thousand music lovers, the excitement that is Bluewater Borderfest begins tonight (Thursday) in Centennial Park, the renewed facility that may bring back memories of Bayfest, a past festival that ended its run after several years of success.
Several members of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce are organizing “LOL Nite” this Wednesday, July 18, with comedian Jeff Leeson as the feature entertainer.
A three-day music festival—Bluewateer BorderFest—is about halfway sold says Mark Perrin, the entrepreneur who launched the event last summer.
For those who enjoy a hearty pancake breakfast and the site of hundreds of sailboats heading up the St.